System Integration

System Integration

Broadcast Management Group’s broadcast system integration team will take your facility project from concept to completion. We’ve built facilities of all shapes and sizes – from flight packs and production trucks to transmission facilities and control rooms.

Broadcast Management Group works with clients around the world, designing broadcast production facilities, mobile production trucks, flight packs, and transmission facilities. Our system integration division has worked with major broadcast, cable, and OTT networks, corporations, associations, State and Federal Governments and NGOs. Our goal is to create the perfect workflow that meets each client’s requirements, while planning for the future. With five offices throughout the United States and extensive international experience, our engineering team stands ready to take on projects at any location.

Our philosophy for broadcast facility design revolves around capturing our client’s needs, while understanding their desired growth and expansion plans. We know that every project is different. That’s why we strive to achieve immediate production success as well as to anticipate and accommodate future physical and technology growth.

From redesigning a control room for automation, satellite, fiber, and VOIP transmissions, to building a completely new production facility from the ground up, Broadcast Management Group has the experience and know-how to make it happen on time and on budget.

Broadcast Management Group has the resources and expertise to support your broadcast facility build-out with total project management, backed by solid production engineering, construction oversight, creative design, and production staffing support. We have experience supporting fixed facilities, as well as mobile units and flight packs. We will work seamlessly with your internal and external stakeholders, architects, general contractors, HVAC vendors, electrical and mechanical contractors to build a facility that will support your production environment.

And as a full-service system integrator, we can provide equipment recommendations, engineering design and drawings, and complete integration services. Whether yours is a medium-sized project or a large, multi-location project, we will bring it to life in the most cost-effective manner and within your timeline.

Our system integration team has led the implementation of many emerging technologies over the last two decades, including non-linear editing, digital, HD, 4K, VOIP, dante, tapeless workflows, OTT network launches, virtual sets, and IP switchers and routers. Our team is trusted by major manufacturers to successfully implement new technologies and partner on the development of future ones.

Our System Integration Services Include:

  • Broadcast facility design, engineering, integration and build-out
  • Mobile unit design, engineering, integration and build-out
  • Flight pack design, engineering, integration and build-out
  • Construction management services for broadcast facility build-outs
  • Broadcast consulting services for new facility projects or existing facility upgrades
  • Production staffing support for ongoing studio operations
  • Production equipment procurement
  • Broadcast production facility re-location and upgrades
  • Broadcast engineering, maintenance, and support
  • CAD design and renderings

System Integration Lead

Megan Kirst
Megan Kirst
Head of Broadcast System Integration

Vice President of Engineering

Broadcast Management Group is proud to say, that in Megan Kirst we have one of the few female leaders in the broadcast engineering field. Megan is an accomplished engineer, both operationally and in design, integration and installation services. As a product of a Spanish mother and a German American father, Megan spent most of her childhood splitting her time between living in Spain and the United States, already experiencing a world full of diversity. Growing up she was always intrigued by electronics – which led to managing the Audio-Visual equipment at her High School in Spain, as well as in California. At 17 years old, she got her first internship, followed by full-time employment at KICU, Channel 36, a local Television Station in San Jose, California. Megan started as a 16mm film editor, then gathered experience as a news photographer and production assistant. As a freelance photojournalist and engineering assistant, Megan began to work for KNTV, Channel 11, and soon branched out to other San Francisco...

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